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Our comprehensive half-day Kindergarten program begins with a philosophy rooted in biblical principles, guiding students with teacher-led structure and organization while integrating Christian values into every subject. With the proven Abeka K5 curriculum, we ensure success through a spiral approach, accommodating diverse learning preferences, and promoting cross-subject integration. Our age-appropriate content and vibrant visuals prepare students academically and spiritually for their future. Our program stands at the intersection of high academics and a solid biblical worldview.

Writing and Phonics

Language Arts:

We use an engaging writing book, combined with our phonics program. Students learn letter formation alongside phonics sounds, aided by clear sample letters and visual cues. Practice includes letters, blends, words, and sentences, with built-in review. Join us as we reinforce writing and phonics skills in an interactive learning journey.

Learning Concepts:


• Good writing posture, correct pencil hold,     and slanted paper position.

• Careful, deliberate writing.

• Correct letter placement and formation.

• Neat overall appearance.

• Precise control of fine motor skills.

• Mastery of writing one's first name.

• Ensuring a consistent slant of letters and words.

Correctly Write:

• 12 Capital Letters

• All lowercase letters

• Blends and one- and two-vowel words

• Sentences

• Smooth connections between more difficult letter blends

• Complete guided as well as independent practice writing worksheets

Writing skills


Our vibrant Math workbook reinforces number concepts and formation up to 100, addition and subtraction combinations, number sequences, number words, telling time, and money skills. With a variety of activities, some pages facilitate collaborative class work, while others encourage independent practice. Dive into an engaging learning experience that supports comprehensive numerical understanding and practical application.

Number Skills and Math
Math Worksheet

Reinforce the foundational elements of number learning through:


• Object counting

• Counting by ones to 100

• Comparing larger and smaller quantities, as well as more and less

• Recognizing numbers 1–100

• Understanding concepts from 1 to 100

• Counting by tens, fives, and twos to 100

• Writing numbers to 100 by ones, tens, fives, and twos

• Recognizing and spelling number words from one to ten

• Distinguishing between left and right

• Recognizing and spelling ordinal numbers from first to tenth

• Comparing sequences: before and after 1–100; largest and smallest 1–100



• Understand symbols: + (plus); = (equal)

• Add to 10 with concrete objects

• Add number combination families 1–10:

• Ordered and in mixed order

• Horizontal and vertical format

• Solve oral word problems

• Add money: pennies; dimes and pennies; nickels and pennies

• Understand the simple concept of commutation



• Introduction to subtraction

• Recognize symbol: – (minus)

• Understand subtracting one or all of a number from numbers 1–10

• Write subtraction sentences (5 – 5 = 0)


• Establish building blocks: counting by tens, fives, twos


• Learn parts of a whole: one half
• Establish building blocks: solving story problems


• Recognize the parts of a clock: face, hour and minute hands
• Read and write time: o’clock (:00), half past (:30), quarter past (:15)
• Recognize 5-minute intervals of time

• Counting minutes by fives
• Recognize months, dates, days, weeks, years
• Complete calendar: fill in month, days of week, date, year


• Recognize an inch
• Measure objects more or less than an inch
• Measure and record individual growth of students throughout the year. 


• Recognize shapes: circle, square, rectangle, triangle


Numbers Writing:
• Learn formation for numbers 0–9
• Write numbers 1–100 by ones, twos, fives, tens

math lesson example
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Arts & Crafts

Art Projects K5 offers a delightful array of colorful projects that introduce students to fundamental concepts of art while providing diverse opportunities to enhance skills such as coloring, painting, tracing, drawing, cutting, and gluing using a variety of materials. Month-by-month projects are thoughtfully designed to correlate with academic themes, Bible teachings, and the changing seasons and holidays. Through engaging and creative activities, students not only develop artistic abilities but also reinforce academic concepts and explore the significance of various traditions and celebrations. Dive into a world of imagination and creativity with Art Projects K5.

Skill & Concept Development:
• Develop fine motor skills with increasing level of difficulty through:
• Cutting, gluing, coloring, folding
• Mixing colors
• Incorporating moving parts
• Directed drawings, painting
• Paper modeling
• Introducing perspective
• Lacing, play dough modeling
• 3-D crafting
• Increase listening skills through following step-by-step instructions to
• Complete more difficult projects

•Projects include these themes:
• Animal, season, holiday, scriptural, historical, cultural
• Phonetic, counting, telling time, game assembly


Technique Development:
• Develop basic concepts of color, line, shape, and texture through:
• Projects that include:
• Crayon overlay, shape painting, directional coloring
• Shading according to a light source
• Finger and hand stamping
• 3-D curling, 3-D layering
• Assembling song and story booklets and song visuals
• Projects that promote:
• Safety, creativity with stick puppets, storytelling, and drama

Arts and Crafts
Arts and Crafts Lesson
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Social Studies Skills
America: Our Great Country Cover
Fire Safety Lesson
Social Studies lesson

Character Development & Health and Safety

We are thrilled to present visuals designed to assist us in teaching nineteen good character traits to young children. Together, we guide students to grasp the importance of being courteous, diligent, cheerful, and unselfish. Our Lesson Guide equips us with scenarios for introducing each trait, practical ideas to seamlessly incorporate them into our students' daily routines, and relevant Bible verses to share. With a focus on character development, our program in kindergarten (K5) provides a solid foundation for our students as they embark on their journey of growth and learning.

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disobedience lesson
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health and safety cover
brushing teeth lesson

Writing Skills

With a dedicated emphasis on fostering writing skills, eye-hand coordination, visual perception, listening and thinking abilities, and nurturing good character, this book offers a plethora of engaging activities for your child to enjoy throughout the school year. From assembling a cube to crafting an origami dog and drawing a gingerbread man, the fun-filled exercises will captivate your child's interest and imagination. Additionally, your children will have the opportunity to delve into important discussions on topics such as healthful eating, exercise, telling time, and mastering shoe lace tying. Get ready for a year of exciting learning and growth!

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think and learn lesson
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Visual Perception Skills Development includes:


• Separating out items in a grouping

• Maneuvering through mazes

• Finding hidden shapes

• Recognizing and reproducing missing parts

• Using lines and shapes to assemble a directed drawing

• Creating pictographs, bar graphs, tally charts

• Identifying opposites and positional words

• Recognizing similarities

• Associating items with the appropriate place
• Recognizing items out of place
• Creating objects through paper folding or shapes
• Identifying and assembling 3-D shapes
• Drawing missing items
• Ordering events in sequence
• Reading maps and map keys

• Buttoning and unbuttoning; tying shoes; zipping and unzipping

• Simple science tools such as magnets, magnifying glasses, planting seeds

• Solving riddles

•Learn good telephone manners and how to handle emergency
­ situations

Little reader books

Language Arts: Reading

Our small readers serve as an outstanding introduction to reading, meticulously correlated with the phonics sounds taught in class. Beginning with one-vowel words and progressing seamlessly to two-vowel words, these stories and word pages captivate kindergartners, who are delighted by their rapid progress from one reader to the next. Through these readers, students establish a strong foundation in reading and cultivate a lifelong love for books.

Apply phonics sounds and rules to:
• Achieve accuracy
• Improve comprehension
• Read sight words the, a, I
• Receive differentiated instruction with ability grouping

 Build oral skills including:
• Accuracy
• Expressive reading
• Smoothness
• Appropriate pace

Blend ladders

We include additional lessons, opportunities and enrichments to enhance the learning environment, surpassing the required Oregon Early Learning Standards in many of the following areas:

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